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The Official Birth Flower Calendar:

Month: Birth Flower: Meanings & Symbolism:
January: Carnations & Snowdrop Pink Carnations (love and gratitude), White Carnations (luck, love, and affection, Red Carnations (love and friendship). Snowdrop (hope and renewal).
February: Violet, Iris, and Primrose Violets (faithful love, truth, fact, commitment, humbleness), Iris hope, faith, innocence, enthusiasm, and pureness), Primrose (affection, young love, undying love)
March: Daffodils Daffodils (clean slates, loyalty, success, luck, and hope)
April: Daisy & Sweet Pea Daisy (pureness, love, new beginnings, fertility, and motherhood). Sweet Pea (joyous satisfaction, appreciation).
May: Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn Lily of the Valley (romance, luck,joy, pureness, humbleness). Hawthorn (hope, love, charm, supreme, and fertility joy).
June: Roses & Honeysuckle Roses (love, passion, enthusiasm, purity, appreciation). Honeysuckle (joy and everlasting love).
July: Larkspur & Water Lily Larkspur (joy, love); Water Lily (knowledge, resurrection, pureness, charm, creation).
August: Gladiolus & Poppy Gladiolus (stability, honor, respect); Poppy (remembrance, success, enchantment, sympathy).
September: Aster & Morning Glory Aster (faith, knowledge, love, and accomplishment); Morning Glory (affection, intimate love, persistence).
October: Marigolds & Cosmos Marigolds (dedication, commitment); Cosmos (consistency, love, innocence, appeal, modesty, balance, and pleasure). 
November: Chrysanthemum & Peonies Chrysanthemum (relationship, love); Peonies (romance, prosperity, good luck, honor, and empathy)
December: Narcissus, Poinsettia, and Holly Narcissus (innocence and pureness); Poinsettia (success, cele)

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